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Harrisburg University keeps tuition the same for a decade

Although tuition has increased across the country, Harrisburg University has managed to keep their tuition the same for the past decade.

By Aniya Faulcon

Updated: September 23, 2022 | 5:08 pm

Pennsylvania will not tax student debt forgiveness

Seven states might tax student loan forgiveness. Pennsylvania is not one of them, Governor Tom Wolf says.

By Gabriela Martínez

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What college students should know about their finances before they are in a classroom

What do students and their families hear about the financial aspects of college even before they start classes?

By Scott LaMar

The Pa. General Assembly wants you to know where your in-state tuition discount comes from

Tuition bills for Pennsylvanians who go to Penn State or one of the other state-related universities will come with a new footnote this coming year.

By Anne Danahy

Pennsylvania’s state-owned universities to share $200 million in new state funding

Most schools under the PASSHE umbrella will be getting a several million dollar funding boost this year.
By Sam Dunklau

Pennsylvania colleges want more funding to increase enrollment

Pennsylvania’s 14 state-owned colleges and universities have lost a quarter of their students in the last decade, and this year the system recorded its steepest single-year loss

By Sarah Schneider/WESA

No tuition increase for Pennsylvania’s state-owned universities

Students at Pennsylvania’s state-owned universities won’t see tuition increase next year.

By The Associated Press